"I'm going to my home" - why is it not used in French ? I'm English and we say it frequently in England.

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"I'm going to my home" - why is it not used in French ? I'm English and we say it frequently in England.

Asked 4 months ago
SteveB2 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

"My home" in French = "chez moi".

Je vais chez moi = I'm going to my home.

"I'm going to my home" - why is it not used in French ? I'm English and we say it frequently in England.

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